DYNAMITE PUBWATCH – March 20190

    Welcome to the Dynamite Comics Pubwatch for the month of March! I’m Lisa, Dynamite is my explosive beat, and here’s this month’s news!

  • Riverdale Volume #2 Fights The Post-Season Blues

    Riverdale Volume #2 Fights The Post-Season Blues0

    Riverdale Vol. 2 Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa (stories); Aaron Elling, Will Ewing, Michael Grassi, Ross Maxwell, Brian E Paterson, Tessa Leigh Williams (writers); Joe Eisma, Thomas Pitilli (artists); Janice Chiang, John Workman (letters); Andre Szymanowicz (colors) Archie Comics March 2018 As season two of the CW’s hit TV show Riverdale draws to a close, Archie Comics stands ready

  • Vampironica #1 Has Teeth

    Vampironica #1 Has Teeth0

    Vampironica #1 Greg Smallwood and Meg Smallwood (writers), Greg Smallwood (artist), Jack Morelli (letterer) Archie Comics March 7, 2018 Come closer, and I’ll tell you something—don’t worry, I won’t bite. The truth is, I’ve always been #TeamVeronica. That’s not to disparage her best friend, perennial girl next door Betty, but Veronica—rich, spoiled, cheerleader from hell

  • Betty and Veronica Kick Ass and Look Good Doing It in Vixens #1

    Betty and Veronica Kick Ass and Look Good Doing It in Vixens #11

    Betty & Veronica: Vixens  #1 Jamie L. Rotante (script), Eva Cabrera (art), Matt Herms (colours), Rachel Deering (letters) Archie Comics Publications Released November 22, 2017 The premise for the new Betty & Veronica: Vixens book might feel familiar, especially if, like me, you’re a fan of DC Bombshells; it’s an alternate-universe reimagining of classic characters that

  • Riverdale Fashion Report: Power-à-Porter

    Riverdale Fashion Report: Power-à-Porter0

    Fashion has a significant history in the Archie-verse. Straddling the line between slice of life and romance comics, Archie Comics have frequently featured the fashion spreads or pin-up pages of romance comics. Even as romance comics faded in popularity, Archie Comics long carried on the tradition. My very own ’90s Archie Comics, particularly the Betty

  • No Riverdale Rivals: Betty and Veronica Are Friends Not Frenemies

    No Riverdale Rivals: Betty and Veronica Are Friends Not Frenemies0

    Rivalry is one of storytelling’s most popular (and most relied-upon) devices. Need to shake things up? Plot feeling stale? Pit two characters against each other. Rivalries, in general, tend to be widespread–from sports teams to genre franchises–but it’s also very commonplace in the world of comics. Ask any comics fan to name a “versus” pair